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shutoff

noun shut·off \ˈshət-ˌf\

Definition of SHUTOFF

1
:  something (as a valve) that shuts off

Examples of SHUTOFF

  1. <the utility company threatened them with the shutoff of electricity if the bills weren't paid>

First Known Use of SHUTOFF

1847

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